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Breast Cancer Campaign only funds research into breast cancer and will support research at any centre of excellence in the UK and the Republic of Ireland.

The charity has a particular interest in supporting innovative research and will fund the best breast cancer research in the UK and Ireland, providing that it is of the highest quality.

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Scientists identify key to preventing secondary cancers

Leading scientists from the University of Sheffield and University of Copenhagen have identified a possible key to preventing secondary cancers in breast cancer patients, after discovering an enzyme which enhances the spread of the disease.

Comment on new study 'Family history and outcome of young patients with breast cancer in the UK'

A new study published in the British Journal of Surgery, has found that women who are diagnosed with breast cancer and have a family history of the disease, are not at a higher risk than others of developing breast cancer again after treatment.

Ben Nevis Mountain

My journey up to the clouds

Ben Nevis Mountain

My name is Reagan, I am 12 years old and on 8 July 2015 I am going to climb Ben Nevis, which is the highest point in the UK at1334mt (4409ft) above sea level. I am doing this in aid of Breast Cancer Campaign as my Nanny has survived this horrible illness twice. I hope to raise some money for Breast Cancer Campaign to help people who have suffered or are suffering from breast cancer!

New guidelines recommend women with rare aggressive breast cancer should be offered less invasive surgery

Women with a rare type of breast cancer should be offered less invasive surgery where appropriate, according to new guidelines presented today (Friday 24 April 2015) at the


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